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Windows Open System/SQL - Sr Systems Analyst Position in PA

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Please email your resume if you are interested in this position in
Harrisburg, PA.

Candidate will consolidate state agency mission-critical systems that
citizens of Pennsylvania depend on every day into one centralized,
"always open" data center. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania partnered
with Unisys to consolidate agencies and develop a state-of-the-art
Data PowerHouse supported 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a
year. As this strategic partnership continues to grow and evolve,
Unisys is seeking a Senior Systems Analyst / Engineer who will drive
the administration and support of our Windows Open Systems operating
environments for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. In this role, you
will: Analyze and troubleshoot complex NT server, and MS SQL database
software and or configurations to ensure high availability. Provide a
demonstrated ability to analyze internal or external customer needs,
and determine equipment and software requirements for solutions to
problems by means of automated systems and develop customized
solutions to customer/user problems. Establish system parameters and
formats; ensure hardware/software compatibility; and coordinate and/or
modify user requirements in terms of existing and projected computer
capacity and capabilities. Operate in a MS SQL database server
environment and Windows environment. Analyze new hardware/software to
determine its need or application in the existing or proposed system;
advise on new techniques and make trade-off analyses; develop general
and detailed documentation that describes system specifications and
operating instructions; and revise existing systems and procedures to
correct deficiencies and maintain more effective data handling,
conversion, input/output requirements, and storage.
Jul 20 '05 #1
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